SEOUL, July 30 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co , South Korea's largest auto maker, said on Wednesday it has suffered almost $600 million in lost exports due to partial strikes that began in late June. Labour relations at Hyundai Motor, 10 percent owned by U.S.-German auto maker DaimlerChrysler AG , are monitored by investors as automobiles are one of South Korea's top exports and have propped up its economy. "Partial strikes from June 20 to late July have cost 60,100 vehicles in lost ...
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